Lottery grants awarded to Girvan in 2008

8 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
9 Sep 2008 Ballantrae Sheepdog Association

This group promote and organise sheepdog events. The grant will fund sanitary services, printing costs and food for a sheepdog event.

£3,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Sep 2008 Girvan Online

This group encourages and enables community participation in organisational and web related activites. The award will used for project co-ordination, event organisation, and event production.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Sep 2008 Carrick Rural Arts Group

This group aim to promote, maintain, improve and advance the education of local residents by the encouraging the Arts through performance, workshops and projects. The grant will be used to pay for community workshops and training, Illuminate art installat

£5,000 Scottish Arts Council
7 Jul 2008 Dailly Primary School

The group offers young children the opportunity to participate in educational activities. The grant will be used for butterfly garden materials, animal home materials, paint, mural and games equipment, seating, a shed, a composter, compost, trees, plants,

£2,500 Big Lottery Fund
27 May 2008 Carrick Community Councils' Forum

Crucial Carrick

£35,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2008 United Beats Collective

The group promote a variety of musical styles through live performances. The grant will be used for equipment hire, transport costs and the costs of purchasing and constructing a yurt.

£5,000 Scottish Arts Council
31 Mar 2008 The T Club

This new group provide recreational activities for older residents in Maidens village. The grant will be used to purchase a laptop, printer, digital camera, projector, games, CD player, tea trolley and tea flasks.

£1,111 Big Lottery Fund
27 Mar 2008 Ballantrae Rural Initiative Care In The Community Ltd

Ballantrae Rural Initiative Care In The Community's (BRICC) idea is to investigate options for providing a 15 room community run care home for elderly residents of Ballantrae in South Carrick, allowing them to stay in the area and maintain contact with fa

£9,750 Big Lottery Fund